Beaches: Costa de la Calma
Costa de la Calma’s beaches are small, quiet and secluded, and are blessed with clear-crystal waters. Rocks, fine sand, native flora, residential areas and nice cliffs make their backdrop. The beaches here are perfect for a romantic getaway in the Mediterranean.
Main beaches in Costa de la Calma:
- Cala Blanca beach: Also known as Es Castellot, this beach owes its name to the watchtower that crowns the area. It is a pretty cove on Costa de la Calma with a strip of sand and pebbles next to crags of rocks to lie back in the sun. It has clean waters and beautiful sunsets.
- Monte de Oro beach: This small gravel and white sand beach starts on the edge of a glorious cliff with Mediterranean vegetation, including stone pines and small bushes so brightly green that they seem to be irradiating light. It is a charming spot where you can get away from it all and enjoy the calm, crystal-clear, turquoise green water.
- Santa Ponsa beach: Santa Ponsa is the longest expanse of sand adjoining Costa de la Calma. It offers eateries, security and leisure facilities. A mix of families and foreign holidaymakers make the crowds of one of the main sands on the Calvià shoreline. The bay, bathed by calm waters, is surrounded by a park with Mediterranean pine trees that offer shelter from the sun.
- Caló d’en Pellicer: A good place to berth vessels in Santa Ponsa and Costa de la Calma. It is a small brownish sand cove that has an abrupt drop off to deeper water. It is surrounded by a pine forest and houses, protected from the winds blowing into the bay, and has easy access to the neighbouring beaches.
HOTELS IN COSTA DE LA CALMA
Hotels in Costa de la Calma
IBEROSTAR Suites Hotel Jardín del Sol